Little Hero endured multiple surgeries and spent weeks recovering in the hospital. Throughout his entire experience, he never gave up the will to fight - to survive.
Little by little, he grew stronger. Soon, he was standing and eating on his own under the watchful eye of his caregivers.
As soon as he was able to stand, he walked up to his caregivers to give them snuggles of gratitude.
Hiro would remain in the care of Alberta Animal Services for 50 days, and against all odds, he survived. "Together we got Hiro through hell and back," writes the agency.
In less than two months, Hiro made a full recovery and was finally ready for his forever home. With happy tears in their eyes, the caregivers at Alberta Animal Services said goodbye to their sweet ginger boy.
After careful screening, a new family has adopted sweet Hiro Stanley and even donated 25% of the next 10 feline adoption fees to give back to the community.
Now, one year later, Hiro is a happy, healthy kitty. He is surrounded by the love and affection of his family who give him constant kitty cuddles.
A special party for Hiro is being planned by Alberta Animal Services to celebrate his journey to recovery on June 17 2017 from 12-5 pm.